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Things hyperkalemia often describes (“hyperkalemia ________”)
results, causes, neuromyopathy

Descriptive words:
severe, induced, threatening, acute, significant, fatal, chronic, serious, mild, dangerous, moderate, persistent, transient, hypo, spurious, true, renal, lethal, progressive, symptomatic, resultant, massive, refractory, extreme, advanced, systemic, initial, resistant, unexplained, familial, iatrogenic, profound, marked, reversible, nonoliguric, sudden, intractable, potassium, exaggerated, asymptomatic, extracellular, postoperative, relative, tubular, correct, uncontrolled, associated, subsequent, potential, experimental, unexpected, spontaneous, reduced, factitious, regional, succinylcholineinduced, artifactual, succinylcholine, paradoxical, recurrent, existing, suspected, concomitant, concurrent, consequent, uncontrollable, diabetic, modest, nonuremic, extrarenal, terminal, neonatal, inadvertent, sustained, overt, manifest, intraoperative

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